The Time Has Come For Continuity Risk Management

The time has come for business continuity to align with the broader risk management culture of the enterprise. Business realities are challenging our traditional notions of business continuity and disaster recovery. Objectives are changing, and the business value you provide is being defined in new ways. Starting with the concept that “vulnerabilities and threats are… Continue reading The Time Has Come For Continuity Risk Management

The Other ‘D’ (Not Documentation)

It is really easy to lose sight of the big picture. We spend so much time participating in meetings, writing emails, building relationships, and developing/improving/tracking documentation that sometimes we need to take a step back and think about our real purpose in the organizations where we work. How do you judge the success of your… Continue reading The Other ‘D’ (Not Documentation)

2012’s Disasters, Issues Require Training, Awareness

It is hard to believe it is already the last quarter for Disaster Recovery Journal. Our fall edition is always a time of reflection. This has been a very busy year at DRJ and in business continuity companies in general. The economy is rebounding and budgets are loosening, but we still have a long way… Continue reading 2012’s Disasters, Issues Require Training, Awareness